Whether it’s Eddie, the local bald eagle, or the magnificent sunsets over Lake Livingston, there’s plenty of natural wonder at the Lake Livingston KOA in Onalaska, Texas, located in Polk County and the heart of the Piney Woods of East Texas.
The 105-site campground on 30 developed acres wraps along the shore of Lake Livingston, boasting the area’s most spectacular sunsets. It’s an ideal year-round resort for boating, swimming, fishing for bass and catfish and relaxing by the lake – perhaps at one of our premium lakefront RV sites.
The American Bass Anglers American Fishing Tour includes tournaments on Jan. 19, Feb. 9, Feb. 22-23, March 9 and April 5.
In the area we have the following tournaments on Lake Livingston: Anglers Quest, Bud Light Trail – USA Bass Trails, CAST (Couples Association of Sport Tournaments), Texas State Bass Tournament and the Texas Team Trail.
You can follow fishing on Lake Livingston via this online fishing report we link to on our website.
Our campground’s amenities include 50-amp service, 100-foot-long RV sites, swimming pool, hot tub & sauna, Wi-Fi, cable TV and a spacious pavilion.
No RV? No problem, as we offer three deluxe cabins with more on the way this year.
We are putting the finishing touches on a new, 2,200-square-foot clubhouse that will include a kitchen, bathhouse and showers, meeting room, exercise room and entertainment center.
Nearby attractions include Lake Livingston State Park and its many hiking trails, the Sam Houston National Forest, the Polk County Memorial Museum and the Trinity Neches livestock show and rodeo held in March.
It’s little wonder that our campground has earned both the Founder’s Award and President’s Award from KOA and a superior rating of 10/9/10 in the leading campground directory.
You like mysteries? Then check out the “Light of Saratoga,” also known as the “Ghost Road” of Saratoga, the “Saratoga Light” and “Bragg Road Ghost Light” by local residents. Located on a dirt road, it is a light that may appear and disappear at random during the dark of night without explanation. The most popular story surrounding this legend is that a railroad worker was decapitated in a railway accident, and the light is that of his lantern as his ghost searches endlessly for his head.
Speaking of ghosts, Polk County has its own ghost town located in the community once known as Swartout.
However, there’s no mystery about Eddie the eagle, one of two eagles that routinely fly over our campground. An eagle’s nest is visible from our campground.
From I-45: Take US Hwy 190 east for 26.6 miles. We will be on the left side as you cross the big bridge. From Hwy 59: Take US Hwy 190 west for 13.7 miles. We will be on the right side.
To reserve a campsite, call (800) 562-5714 or for information call (936) 646-3824. Visit us at http://koa.com/campgrounds/onalaska/. Be sure to check out our active Facebook page.